Morning 4 is a quick roundup of stories we think you should know about to start your day. So, let’s get to the news.
Missing Michigan mother: What happened to Dee Ann Warner?
On Thursday, we heard from the family of a mother of five who has been missing for nearly a year. Family members suspect foul play, but the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Department needs more to go on, and they’re renewing their request for help from the public.
Detroit police shoot man who charged at officers with pickup truck, hitting 1 of them
A man is in police custody Friday morning after he allegedly intentionally drove his vehicle at Detroit police officers, hitting one officer. Police opened fire at the driver, striking him once.
What was that?: Low-orbit satellites roam Metro Detroit sky Thursday night
Many people emailed the Local 4 newsroom Thursday evening, wondering just what those lights were that moved through the sky. The string of lights that many of you saw, and captured, were not actually part of a UFO.
Detroit Packard Plant owner misses deadline for demolition
A critical deadline was missed Thursday (April 21) to demolish the eyesore known as the Packard Plant. Owner Fernando Palazuelo had until Thursday to pull permits for demolition of his portions of the plant as ordered by a judge claiming the location is a public nuisance.